Equity Law; for When Signed Contracts are Breached

EQUITY LAW

    Equity Law is law which compels performance.  It compels you to perform to the exact letter of any contract that you are under.  So, if you have compelled performance, there must be a contract somewhere, and you are being compelled to perform under the obligation of the contract.  Now this can only be a civil action – not criminal.  In Equity Jurisdiction, you cannot be tried criminally, but you can be compelled to perform to the letter of a contract unless you perform a “rescission of contract” because, for instance, the terms & conditions of the contract were not laid out in their entirety .  If you then refuse to perform as directed by the court, you can be charged with contempt of court, which is a criminal action. Are our seatbelt laws Equity Laws? No, they are not, because you cannot be penalized or punished for not keeping to the letter of a contract.  (BARNEWALL NOTE:  You may have signed an insurance contract agreeing to always wear your seat belts (and, of course, your state requires automobile insurance coverage.)

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